Let’s review shall we:
Tonight, you’re going to:
to attend the CD release party/concert starting at 9 p.m. for
The Chicago Reader, Birmingham Weekly, and yours truly have previously written about the story behind the show and the importance of getting as many people as possible aware of our complete musical past as possible. Tickets are $12; if they’re still available they’d be at Laser’s Edge, Charlemagne Records in Five Points South and Luxe in Forest Park. There may even be a few left at the door too… maybe.
UPDATE: 8.19, 6 p.m. – Here’s a link to a post and photoset of some of the performers courtesy of Kirstiecat. The post is also available on Radio Free Chicago by clicking here.
After recovering from all the fun from tonight, you’re going to buy the CD you forgot to last night, you’re going to see if you can support the Tragic City Rollers by going to:
(Click here for the location of Funtime Skate Center in Fultondale) and you may check back here at the blog for pictures of some of the performers featured on the CD. N.B. You’ll realize that the Bottletree sign is actually doing double duty as the most recent addition to the Neon in Birmingham series so you’ll visit the series homepage, realizing that its story is still a few weeks away, (explaining why the picture currently links to their homepage/address). You could also add your comments to either of these posts from late this week.
Hopefully, we’ll have a report for you tomorrow about tonight. Enjoy!